Metro Detroit Weather: Clouds arrive Sunday night; rain to follow Monday
Overnight lows near low 40s
DETROIT – Clouds arrive Sunday night and Monday morning. Scattered sprinkles and light showers will dance across the area. The quilt of clouds will keep overnight lows in the 40s.
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Temps rise to the 50s, again, Monday afternoon. However, rain will develop and fall after lunchtime. So, the morning commute will be fine, but the ride home from school or work will be wet and slippery.
Showers linger into Tuesday morning. The afternoon will have highs in the mid and upper 50s with sunshine reappearing.
Wednesday will have more rain showers with highs in the low and mid 50s. Thursday will be chillier and damp with highs near 50.
The Detroit Tigers play the Boston Red Sox at 1:10 p.m. ET at Comerica Park. This home opener will be chilly, raw and wet. A light rain/snow mix is possible, so be careful going to and from the stadium. Go Tigers!
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